Allen Edmund 1695 : A full and true account of the penitent behaviour, last dying words, & execution of Mr. Edmund Allen, gent. : who was condemned at the Sessions-House in the Old Baily, for abusing his ... wife by cruelly beating her ... and inhumanely poysoning of her ... : with a relation of the reprieve of Mr. Richard Buttler, who was likewise order'd to be executed ... on Friday, the 19th of ... July, 1695 : vvith Mr. Allen's last words, &c.
Allen Ethan : Revolutionary outlaws : Ethan Allen and the struggle for independence on the early American frontier.; Bellesiles, Michael A.
Allen George : Nevvs from the sessions, or, The whole tryal of George Allen the butcher : vvho murthered his vvife in the fields behind Islington, on Friday the 5th of this instant February, and the manner how the same came to be discovered : as also the full tryal of John Harter the oastler, for stealing au [sic] horse, and an hundred and twenty pounds of money, for which he is convicted of felony : with the tryals of several other malefactors for divers notorious crimes, and other remarkable passages at the sessions begun at Justice-hall in the Old Bayly, the 19th of Febr. 1674/5.
Allen Grant 1848 1899 : Grant Allen : literature and cultural politics at the Fin de Siècle / edited by William Greenslade and Terence Rodgers.
Allen Hervey 1889 1949 : Toward the flame : a memoir of World War I / illustrated by Lyle Justis.; Allen, Hervey,
Allen Horace Newton 1853 1932 : God, Mammon and the Japanese : Dr. Horace N. Allen and Korean-American relations, 1884-1905.; Harrington, Fred Harvey.
Allen Isaac Active 17th Century Excommunicatio Excommunicata : The censures of the church revived. : In the defence of a short paper published by the first classis within the province of Lancaster ... but since printed without their privity or consent, after it had been assaulted by some gentlemen and others within their bounds ... under the title of Ex-communicatio excommunicata, or a Censure of the presbyterian censures and proceedings, in the classis at Manchester. Wherein 1. The dangerousness of admitting moderate episcopacy is shewed. ... 6. The presbyterian government vindicated from severall aspersions cast upon it, ... In three full answers ... Together with a full narrative, of the occasion and grounds, of publishing in the congregations, the above mentioned short paper, and of the whole proceedings since, from first to last.
Allen James 1632 1710 : The pretended antidote proved poyson: or, The true principles of the Christian & Protestant religion defended, and the four counterfit defenders thereof detected and discovered; : the names of which are James Allen, Joshua Moodey, Samuell Willard and Cotten Mather, who call themselves ministers of the Gospel in Boston, in their pretended answer to my book called, The Presbyterian & independent visible churches in New-England, and elsewhere brought to the test, &c. and G.K. cleared not to be guilty of any calumnies against these called teachers of New-England, &c. / by George Keith. ; With an appendix by John Delavall by way of animadversion on some passages in a discourse of Cotton Mathers before the general court of Massachusets, the 28th of the third moneth, 1690.; Keith, George,
Allen John Active 1655 : A true declaration of the bloody proceedings of the men in Maidstone in the county of Kent: who write themselves, John Allen, mayor, Lambert Godfrey, recorder, John Chantler, constable, against John Stubs, William Caton, who by the scornful generation of men are called Quakers.; Stubbs, John,
Allen Richard 1760 1831 : The life, experience and Gospel labors of the Rt. Rev. Richard Allen : to which is annexed the rise and progress of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States of America : containing a narrative of the yellow fever in the year of our Lord 1793 : with an address to the people of color in the United States / written by himself.; Allen, Richard,
Allen William 1532 1594 Copie Of A Letter Written By M Doctor Allen : A briefe discouerie of Doctor Allens seditious drifts : contriued in a pamphlet written by him, concerning the yeelding vp of the towne of Deuenter, (in Ouerrissel) vnto the king of Spain, by Sir William Stanley. The contentes whereof are particularly set downe in the page following.; G. D.
Allen William 1532 1594 Defense And Declaration Of The Catholike Ch : Tvvo treatises written against the papistes : the one being an answere of the Christian Protestant to the proud challenge of a popish Catholicke: the other a confutation of the popish churches doctrine touching purgatory & prayers for the dead: by William Fulke Doctor in diuinitie.; Fulke, William,
Allen William 1686 Answer To Mr J G His Xl Queries : VVater-dipping no firm footing for Church-communion: or Considerations proving it not simply lawful, but necessary also (in point of duty) for persons baptized after the new mode of dipping, to continue communion with those churches, or imbodied societies of saints, of which they were members before the said dipping; and that to betray their trust or faith given unto Jesus Christ to serve him in the relation and capacity, whether of officers, or other members, in these churches (respectively) by deserting these churches, is a sin highly provoking in the sight of God. Together with a post-script touching the pretended Answer to the Forty queries about Church-communion, infant and after baptism. By John Goodwin, a servant of God in the Gospel of his dear Son.; Goodwin, John,
Allen William 1686 Danger Of Enthusiasm Discovered : Enthusiasm above atheism, or, Divine inspiration and immediate illumination (by God Himself) asserted : and the children of light vindicated : in answer to a book entituled, The danger of enthusiasm discovered / by George Whitehead.; Whitehead, George,
Allen William 1686 Some Baptismal Abuses Briefly Discovered : Cata-baptism: or new baptism, waxing old, and ready to vanish away. : In two parts. The former containes LVIII. considerations, (with their respective proofs, and consectaries) pregnant for the healing of the common scruples touching the subject of baptism, and manner of baptizing. The latter, contains an answer to a discours against infant-baptism, published not long since by W.A. under the title of, Some baptismall abuses brielfy discovered, &c. In both, sundry things, not formerly insisted on, are discovered and discussed. / By J.G. a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.; Goodwin, John,